At the 1998 IFFS conference in Northampton, MA, we had the privilege of
hearing Sarah Vogel speak about some of the work she is doing to fight
large hog operations in North Dakota.
She mentioned that at least one of the manure lagoons had been built with a
sandy clay liner, rather than a clay liner. The soils teacher here is
interested in using this fiasco as an example in his class, and I am
delighted! That he's using it as an example, not that it happened. I
promised I'd try to find particulars for him.
But I don't know quite where in ND this happened, when it happened except
some time in the last two years, or who was responsible! An internet
search didn't turn up anything too helpful. Does anyone know anything
about this? Please reply to me privately and if there's interest, I'll
post a summary.
Thank you so much,
Univ. of Kentucky
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